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2014: Sheffield Wednesday’s Chris Kirkland gets ready to play against Leeds, for the first time since he was attacked by on the pitch by a United fan.

2014: Chris Porter recognises Nigel Clough’s influence on him after he resurrected his career following injury.

2014: Steve Evans has sent eight Rotherham United players out either for good or on loan.

2014: Barnsley boss Danny Wilson signs Liverpool right back Ryan McLaughlin on loan.

2013: Terry Butcher turns down managerial hot-seat at Barnsley. Sean O’Driscoll had said no, too.

2013: Sheffield United are tracking Shrewsbury winger Jon Taylor.

2013: Summer signing Chris Maguire wants to start a League match - all four of his starts for Sheffield Wednesday have been in the cups.

2013: Sheffield Wednesday hope Everton will let them loan 19 year old Ross Barkley again.

2013: Doncaster Rovers fear players will follow Dean Saunders to Wolves, following his shock defection.

2012: Harry Maguire reaffirms his commitment to Sheffield United despite interest from Fulham and Newcastle.

2012: Sheffield Wednesday want to keep loan winger Ben Marshall. Julian Bennett is struggling to shake off the effects of a facial injury.

2011: Alan Irvine beleives Sheffield Wednesday can reach the last 16 of the FA Cup after being paired with League Two opposition at home.

2011: Sheffield United boss Micky Adams reveals winger Mark Yeates has dislocated his shoulder in training.

2010: Togo captain Emmanuel Adebayor announced his team would head home from the African Nations Cup in Angola on the advice of the Togolese government following a gun attack on the team bus which claimed the lives of three people.

2007: Walter Smith resigned as Scotland manager to take over as Rangers boss.

2000: Ipswich defender Gary Croft was released from a Suffolk prison after serving four weeks for a motoring offence. But he had to agree to wear an electronic tag for a month as a condition of being released early.

1991: Manchester United announced they would be following the lead of Tottenham by becoming a public company with their shares quoted on the Stock Exchange.